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News Carousel Donate - Help support Cinema Detroit survive the pandemic and thrive into the future by making a tax-deductible donation! | Science on Screen: THE NICE GUYS - APRIL 9 ONLY — Join us for THE NICE GUYS followed by a post-screening talk, "Environmental Sustainability in the Auto Industry" | Freep Film Festival is back! - Tickets are on sale now | Inland Empire - Newly remastered picture and soundtrack supervised by David Lynch | FLINT - STARTS FRIDAY, MAY 6 - Untold story of the Flint water crisis and what happened after the news cameras packed up and left the city | Science on Screen: A Birder's Guide to Detroit - Join Feral Detroit on MAY 22 ONLY for screening of A BIRDER'S GUIDE TO EVERYTHING + discussion of birds and their habitat in the City | Jeff Mills presents MIND POWER MIND CONTROL - May 29 ONLY - Musician and artist Jeff Mills presents a collection of conceptual films related to his newest and forthcoming album, "Mind Power Mind Control" | CRIMES OF THE FUTURE - NOW SHOWING - As the human species adapts to a synthetic environment, the body undergoes new transformations and mutations. | CANE FIRE - Starts JUNE 17 - CANE FIRE offers a kaleidoscopic portrait of the forces that cast Indigenous and working-class residents of the Hawaiian island of Kaua'i as "extras" in their own story | Science on Screen: Yes, the Bees! - Sunday, June 12 ONLY - Join us for a screening of WICKER MAN (2006) with presentation by Detroit Hives followed by a tour of the hives at their location. Round-trip bus transport included! | Neptune Frost - Starts July 01 — In this Afro-futurist science fiction musical, two misfits in Rwanda, a miner and an intersex hacker, find each other through technology and dreams. | Fire of Love - June 25 & 26 ONLY — The extraordinary love story of intrepid French scientists Katia and Maurice Krafft, who died just as explosively as they lived - capturing the most spectacular imagery ever recorded of their greatest passion: volcanoes. | Ali & Ava - June 26 ONLY — Sparks fly as two people develop a deep connection despite the lingering legacy of past relationships. A compelling contemporary love story | Primera - June 11 ONLY — Documenatry about Chile’s first line of defense. The film follows two parent activists who are leading a critical mass of 10 million Chileans to build a blueprint for a new democracy | Whiskey Flicks LIVE! - Join us on June 18 ONLY for a Whiskey Flicks LIVE podcast recording! | Lost Highway - Starts Friday, July 8 — New 4K restoration supervised by the director. A tormented jazz musician finds himself lost in an enigmatic story involving murder, surveillance, gangsters, doppelgangers, and an impossible transformation inside a prison cell. | Beba - Starts Friday, July 15 — A raw, poetic doc in which Afro-Latina Rebeca “Beba” Huntt stares down historical, societal, and generational trauma | 1982 - Starts Friday, Sept. 23 - A coming-of-age tale set at an idyllic school in Lebanon’s mountains on the eve of invasion. | Arab Film Festival - Short Film Program - These short films explore serious topics with a twist of humor. Take a tour on the slightly lighter side of Arab cinema and enjoy these comedic films. | Sundance Shorts Tour 2022 - Starts Friday, Sept. 16 — The best of the best of thousands of short films submitted to the 2022 Sundance Film Festival | Sundance Indigenous Shorts 2022 - Starts Friday, Sept. 16 — A celebration of Native perseverance and an exciting look at a variety of inventive storytelling from Indigenous artists | WOMAN IN THE MOON (1929) with Live Music - Thursday, Sept. 29 ONLY - Join us and accompanist Jeff Rapsis for Fritz Lang's ambitious science fiction classic | Let the Little Light Shine - Starts Saturday, Sept. 24 — A high-achieving elementary school in Chicago’s fastest growing neighborhood is a lifeline for Black children—until gentrification threatens its closure. | Decision to Leave is HELD OVER - Park Chan-wook's new film is a twisty neo-noir | SIDNEY is Now Playing - Revealing documentary honors Sidney Poitier and his legacy as an iconic actor, filmmaker, and activist at the center of Hollywood and the Civil Rights Movement. | Stars At Noon - Nov. 13 and 16 - In Claire Denis' latest film, a young American journalist (Margaret Qualley) stranded in present-day Nicaragua falls for an enigmatic Englishman (Joe Alwyn) | No Time To Fail screens Weds, Nov. 2 ONLY - Election workers are ground zero for democracy | BAD AXE starts Friday, Nov. 18 - An Asian-American family in Trump’s rural mid-Michigan fights for their American dream as 2020 unfolds | MEMORIES OF MY FATHER is Now Showing - In 1970s Medellín, Colombia, a doctor’s concern for all children leads him to dedicate his life to public health | THE QUIET GIRL is Held Over - A neglected girl flourishes under the care of her mother's relatives - and discovers their secret | Last chance for BROKER - A pair of baby brokers and an infant's mother search for a good home for her baby | LET IT BE MORNING is Now Showing - A Palestinian-born Israeli citizen is trapped in his hometown and his life and outlook begin to change | DRYLONGSO starts Friday, March 24 - Newly restored cinematic celebration of Black female creativity and a moving elegy for a generation of lost Black men | Science on Screen - Birders: The Detroit Effect - Tuesday, March 21 ONLY - Celebrate urban birding with PHEASANTS OF DETROIT and BIRDERS: THE CENTRAL PARK EFFECT | REWIND & PLAY: THELONIOUS MONK is Now Showing - Rarely-seen French TV interview and performance footage taken before Monk's 1969 concert at Salle Pleyel | CLOSE screens March 15 only - Passport to the Oscars wraps with this story of teenage boys drifting apart when their relationship is questioned, then tragedy strikes | LITTLE RICHARD: I AM EVERYTHING screens Tuesday, April 11 ONLY - New doc about the larger-than-life legend who changed music and laid the foundation for so many acts | Science on Screen: CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND - April 6 ONLY - Join us for a this classic film and a fascinating discussion about UFOs and why we're so fascinated by them | RETURN TO SEOUL encore starts Friday, March 31 - A woman returns to her birthplace to find her biological parents, taking her life in an unexpected direction | WHAT THE HELL HAPPENED TO BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS - April 19 ONLY - The untold story of BS & T's 1970 tour behind the Iron Curtain

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Current Movies The Quiet Girl - rewind & play


Showtimes The Quiet Girl | 5:30PM rewind & play | 7:30PM

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Upcoming Movies Drylongso - Little Richard: I Am Everything - Return to Seoul (encore) - What the Hell Happened to Blood Sweat, & tears - Science on Screen: CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND

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